The Exchange Hotel is Hiring New Front of House Staff in Cardiff

The Exchange Hotel was opened last year to rave reviews thanks to the incredible transformation from crumbling eyesore to a stunning luxury hotel in the heart of Cardiff Bay. As we progress in our plans to make The Exchange Hotel the best hotel in Cardiff, we plan to fully open our in-house restaurant: Culley’s. To continue to deliver the high standard of customer service our guests have come to expect, we need the best front of house staff in Cardiff to join us.

Front of house staff are an integral part of our guest’s and diner’s experience. From serving drinks to dishing out food, bar and waiting on staff can make or break an evening out. At Signature Living, we pride ourselves on delivering outstanding customer service and building relationships with everyone who walks through the door. Could you help us to enhance the people of Cardiff’s experience with us?

Recruitment Days in Cardiff

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To help us find the next hospitality stars, we’re hosting two very special recruitment days to find front of house staff in Cardiff who will be a perfect fit for The Exchange Hotel.

Previous recruitment days have proved wildly popular, offering a new way to interview people for a job – no more stuffy interviews and nervous handshakes. Our recruitment days are designed to bring out the very best in those who want to work for us, with games and exercises to help show off the skills we know you have.

From teamwork to thinking on your feet, we put your front of house skills to the test to find those who will fit in well with The Exchange Hotel environment.

What We Look for in Front of House Staff in Cardiff

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Where hotels stop, we start. We pride ourselves on a fun environment with a luxury edge, providing the best of both worlds to everyone who steps through our doors. An air of grace but easily accessible to everyone and our staff are paramount in delivering this experience.

Personality goes a long way at all of our Signature Living ventures, our people shine above all else and a dynamic edge really compliments our style. While personality is an important factor, a cool head in a fast-paced environment is essential and you need to be prepared for anything in an industry like no other.

Undertaking new challenges is an occurrence every day and we encourage and support our staff to step outside their comfort zones and push themselves to be the best they can be. Front of House staff in Cardiff should be prepared to face this challenge head-on in an exciting and diverse role.

The History of Culley’s

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When The Exchange Hotel was the central hub of the world’s coal industry, the building was so busy with traders that a dining service was needed for those that worked long hours. R.P Culley took on the task and held the catering contract for most of the Coal Exchange’s active years.

Richard P. Culley was a local philanthropist who held great esteem in the city, gracing the pages of the local paper for his habit of wining and dining the money men of the day. His restaurant within the Coal Exchange was in line with his philosophy of enjoying the finer things in life, artistically decorated and with an air of fine dining.

He had a team of 60 highly skilled individuals who proved the very best in customer service, something we aim to continue in our restaurant that pays homage to a man highly revered in Cardiff.

Get in Touch to Sign up for our Front of House Recruitment Days

If you’re looking for a new adventure in 2018, why not dip your toe into the world of hospitality to discover an exciting and fast-paced career.

Our recruitment days will be taking place on 21st and 22nd February at The Exchange Hotel and we’ll be looking for the very best bar staff and waiting on staff for part-time roles.

Email our head of recruitment louise.riley@signatureliving.co.uk to register your interest and come and join us as some of the best front of house staff in Cardiff.

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